Chinese president leaves Dhaka for India
Staff Correspondent: Chinese president Xi Jinping departed Dhaka on Saturday morning after a historic state visit lifting commercial and economical ties of both the countries to strategic partnership of cooperation.
Xi left the Dhaka for Goa in India around 10:25am to attend the 8th BRICS summit.
Prime minister Sheikh Hasina saw bade him at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport.
Four Bangladesh Air Force fighter jets protected the Air China aircraft carrying the Chinese leader up to Bangladesh’s skyline.
Earlier in the morning, the Chinese president visited the National Martyrs Memorial at Savar to pay respect to the martyrs of the 1971 Liberation War.
Bangladesh and China on Friday signed 27 deals and memorandums of understanding, including 12 agreements involving about $20 billion as loan from China.